Chrome will automatically block annoying sounds – What's new?
News you want to use week 19.
Google started rolling out a new version of Chrome last month that further addresses autoplay videos. The latest update includes autoplay video changes that stop Chrome from automatically playing videos if the sound is on by default.
Google is gradually rolling these changes out in a personalized way, so that Chrome learns user preferences of which sites should and should not be blocked. This should prevent audio randomly blasting out of your speakers when visiting a new site, but Google’s changes mean if you’ve clicked and played videos on a site in the past it will remember that preference in the future.
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